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Is COVID-19 even subject to herd immunity?
Without vaccine, scientists say it's highly unlikely we'll ever reach herd immunity for the novel coronavirus.
Vertiginous photos show Dubai from the sky
She's been making a splash with her dizzying photos of the emirate from the sky, and amassing a growing army of Instagram ...
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You can catch a rare glimpse of a comet that’s speeding toward Earth – here’s how
A comet detected by NEOWISE called C/2020 F3 made a trip around the Sun after first being detected in late March. The comet ...
Odd pink snow in the Alps is pretty, but it might also be a red flag
More "watermelon snow" in the Alps could be a sign of fast-melting ice. Pink snow, also called "watermelon snow," has ...
Great white vanishing act: where have South Africa's famous sharks gone?
Longline fishing, pollution, the arrival of orcas – what’s causing these crowd-drawing sharks to shun Cape Town’s waters?
A group of 239 scientists says there’s growing evidence covid-19 is airborne
The scientists have written an open letter to the World Health Organization arguing that covid-19 can be transmitted through ...
MIT Technology Review
'Landscape of fear': what a mass of rotting reindeer carcasses taught scientists
In August 2016, a park ranger stumbled upon 323 dead wild tundra reindeer in Norway’s remote Hardangervidda plateau. They had ...
The Guardian on MSN.com
Melting Arctic ice could unleash deadly waves of ancient viruses
Scientists say that melting permafrost has the potential to unleash viruses and bacteria that have been dormant for tens or ...
Crew Dragon astronauts talk about prep for first splashdown since 1975
NASA's Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will be the first to travel on the Crew Dragon for the journey home, a trip that'll end ...
Dreaming of dragons? Here’s where they really live.
There may be other animals in the world claiming the name dragon—bearded dragons, Chinese water dragons, and otherworldly ...
National Geographic on MSN.com
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